> I'm so glad that I only need to typeCyrillic K, please. There are a number of nations besides the
> (code-char #x41A)
> to actually get a Russian K
Russians, including Byelorussians, Macedonians, Serbs, Ukrainians,
as well as Bulgarians, who use (different versions of) this alphabet.
I am too lazy to look it up, but I believe the ISO 10646 name of
By the way, I am not aware of another alphabet besides the
> But it _does_ know something about Latin 1:(...)
> CL-USER 17 > (code-char #xF0)
> CL-USER 18 > (char-upcase *)
I'd rather have had the above as
(char-code (char-upcase (code-char #xF0)))
instead of, or in addition to, the above, which makes little
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